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December Deadlines for Financial Aid for Off-Campus Study—Laurel Fellowships Mount Holyoke offers the Laurel Fellowships for Off-Campus Study to
students whose own financial resources are not sufficient to cover the
cost of study abroad or participation in one of the designated United States programs with which the College is affiliated. The deadline to apply for all
or part of the 2003–2004 academic year (including spring 2004) is December 6, 2002, for study abroad, the American University Washington Semester Program, Columbia University's Biosphere 2 Center, and the Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory Semester in Environmental Science Program; for the Twelve College Exchange, it's December 15. All aid is for semester or academic year study except for the Ruth Sedgwick Scholarship, which may also be used for summer study or an internship in Spain or Spanish America, and the Marylee Bomboy '67 Fund, which may be used for summer study abroad without restriction as to location. The Laurel Fellowships are the only financial aid offered by Mount Holyoke for study away; all students who expect to need assistance for study away must submit an application for the Laurel Fellowship even if they are applying to a program or exchange for which a fellowship is guaranteed. Additional information and forms are available in the study abroad library, which is located on the third floor of Mary Lyon, and at

Penny Drive Quad Competition Set for November 10–14 Save your pennies and drop them in the container at the checker table in your dorm at dinnertime or in the quad containers in Wilder at lunchtime. All money will be given to the Daniel A. Larson Foundation, which provides assistance to survivors of homicide victims. An award will be given to the quad with the most pennies.

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